Proponents of dark web marketplaces argue that hidden websites which facilitate the sale of illegal goods and services are run by libertarian idealists who have revolutionised the drugs market, making... read more →
A study published at the beginning of June by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) revealed that the number deaths caused by synthetic opioid use increased... read more →
Nearly eight months have passed since the French government ordered the destruction of the notorious Jungle migrant camp in Calais. Home to at least 7,000 UK-bound would-be asylum seekers, the... read more →
Drone technology is advancing at a remarkable pace, with numerous companies racing to put unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to commercial use. Only last week, delivery firm UPS announced it is... read more →
Like other Sunni extremist terror organisations, Daesh initially received much of its funding from wealthy Arab donors in countries such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar. As the jihadi group grew,... read more →
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